A large number of foreign patients now come to India for Live Related Organ Transplant Surgery like Kidney Transplants, Liver Transplants and Bone Marrow Transplants. Organ Transplantation is a very complex surgical specialty and requires very high degree of Clinical skills and Medical Technology and Infrastructure. India has now become the most preferred destination for organ transplant procedures. These include Liver, Kidney and Bone marrow transplant surgeries. .Not only the cost is low; the success rate of organ transplant in India is at par with the world's best success rate for organ transplant.
Since Organ Transplantation is a very complex surgical specialty and requires very high degree of Clinical skills and Medical Technology, and Indian surgeons and healthcare has proven its competence, there has been a great surge in the number of medical tourists coming to India for various organ transplants. The Infrastructure and technology used at these best organ transplant hospitals in India is the most sophisticated technology available in the world, which results in better patient recovery, higher success rate, low cost and convenience to the patient.
Indian doctors are known all over the world for their skill and knowledge and have the experience of studying and working at the best hospitals in the world.
India's leading liver transplant centre conducts perhaps the world's highest number of liver transplants (16 to 18 every month).
The hospital has a special centre for liver diseases amongst children and liver transplants for children
Highly skilled surgical teams with vast experience and excellent track record of doing largest numbers of Live related donor kidney and liver transplants with survival rates comparable to world's best centers.
Most advanced Technology Infrastructure - Blood Bank with 24 hour apharesis facility, advanced laboratory and microbiology (infection control) support, advanced cardiology, DSA and interventionalradiology, portable and colour ultra-sonology, Liver Fibro-scan, 64 slice CT scanner, 3 T MRI, PET-CT and nephrology (including 24 hour dialysis and CVVHD) facilities.
Organ Transplant Hospitals in India are now equipped with the latest and high end technology.
Kidney transplants are widely performed at leading hospitals in India. It is estimated that approximately 3500 kidney transplants are performed every year in India, primarily using kidneys from living donors. Kidney transplants are done very safely in India with success rates on par with international benchmarks. The success rate of kidney transplants is linked to the general health of the patient, the compatibility of the donated kidney with the patient, the quality of the donated kidney, and finally the surgery itself and post-surgery management of organ acceptance.
The equipment and technology used at these hospitals is the most sophisticated technology available in the world, which results in better patient recovery, higher success rate, low cost and convenience. This makes these hospitals not only thebest kidney transplant centers in India but among the best kidney transplant centers in the world.
Why is a bone marrow transplant needed ? The main objective of a bone marrow transplant is to cure various diseases and cancer. It may also be required when a person's bone marrow has been damaged or destroyed due to a disease or intense treatments of radiation or chemotherapy for cancer. A bone marrow transplant may be used to:
Ultra Modern Laminar Air Flow Operation Theaters designed as per international standards with central supply and laminar airflow, stainless steel cladding, on walls and epoxy coating on floor for electro static and infection free environment for Kidney Transplantation.
Latest & Advanced Dialysis Machines from Baxter (Nikkiso Baxter DBB 27), Fresenius - (4008 H), Bbraun (Dialog +) that performs different type of dialysis like CAPD, CRRT, SLED, Hemodialysis etc).
Full range of Pathological services backed by world renowned hi tech investigative equipments for accurate & reliable results.
Hi Tech Intensive Care Unit Infection free, laminar flow, 10 channel monitoring system to monitor patients 24 hours.
The kidney Transplant Procedure takes approximately 2 to 3 hours and is performed under general anaesthesia. The diseased kidney is usually left in place, while the new kidney is placed either in the left or right groin. The major artery and vein are connected to the new kidney. Catheters are placed to drain both the bladder and the new kidney and may remain in place for approximately a week. Production of urine commences almost immediately for about two thirds of kidney transplant patients. For about one third of kidney transplant patients, the new kidney may commence production of urine only after several weeks. In the days following the surgery, blood tests are done to assess the performance of the kidneys. Ultrasound tests are also done to verify that blood flow is adequate to the kidney and that urine is draining properly into the bladder. The nephrologist will also keep track of signs of rejection of the new kidney by the patient's body.
Following kidney transplant surgery in India, the patient would normally need to stay in hospital for about a week to 10 days after the procedure. The kidney donor is normally discharged from the hospital four to five days after the surgery. As the patient's immune systems are suppressed to reduce the chances of rejection of the new kidney, the patient is also susceptible to infections on account of lowered body defences. For this reason, the patient is kept in a carefully controlled environment which minimises exposure to infections.
After discharge from hospital, for the next couple of weeks, the patient will need to visit the hospital regularly for blood checks to monitor the performance of the kidney. The level of immune suppression drugs will also be monitored.
IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT MedGinnieINDIA DOES NOT ARRANGE DONORS. THE DONOR FOR KIDNEY TRANSPLANT HAS TO BE A CLOSE RELATIVE OF THE PATIENT (SIBLING/ PARENTS/ CHILDREN/SPOUSE). IN CASE THE DONOR IS NOT A CLOSE RELATIVE, GOVERNMENT PERMISSION IS REQUIRED AND IS GIVEN ONLY IF IT IS ESTABLISHED THAT THERE IS NO COMMERCIAL TRANSACTION INVOLVED BETWEEN THE DONOR AND THE RECIPIENT.
A letter on the hospital’s letter head telling that the patient is undergoing the treatment
Old medical reports and health records
A small summary of the case or medical history of the patient (if referred)
An affidavit from the local government authority stating that the patient and the donor are relatives (mandatory for all Foreign Patients).
10 photographs each (patient and donor)
Salary slip or bank statement of both patient and donor as the Income proof
The consent from the next of kin of donor on a stamp paper that should carry donor’s and kin’s photograph, duly pasted. In case the donor is a cousin, it is necessary for the next of kin to be present at the Transplant Authorization Committee.
Birth certificate or marriage certificate etc as proof of relation
A letter on the hospital’s letter head telling that the patient is undergoing the treatment.
NOC from the Embassy
It is necessary that the patient stay’s in the guest house before the transplant, for investigations. The hospital stay includes a day before the surgery and then 9 days after the surgery, along with 30 days in the guest house for the follow up treatment.view testimonial video 1
Note: Treatment Options/Results may vary from patient to patient depending on their medical condition.